Kanye West and Tyler, the Creator Win Rap Grammys
Kanye West and Tyler, the Creator are Grammy winners once again.
Both rappers took home trophies at the 64th annual awards in Las Vegas on Sunday (April 3).
Kanye, who was nominated five times this year, picked up two trophies during the pre-televised ceremony including Best Melodic Rap Performance for “Hurricane” featuring The Weeknd and Lil Baby. He also won Best Rap Song for “Jail,” his collaboration with JAY-Z off DONDA.
With his latest pair of wins, his career total now stands at 24 Grammys.
After winning his first Grammy for Best Rap Album for IGOR in 2019, Tyler, the Creator scored his second Grammy in the same category for his latest album, CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST.
In the R&B categories, Jazmine Sullivan went home with her first Grammy for Best R&B Performance for “Pick Up Your Feelings” off her critically-acclaimed album Heaux Tales. She tied in the category with Silk Sonic, who won for “Leave the Door Open.”
The duo of Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak also won Best R&B Song for “Leave the Door Open.”
Lucky Daye was a first-time Grammy winner for Best Progressive R&B Album for Table for Two, while H.E.R. added another Grammy to her résumé, winning Best Traditional R&B Performance for “Fight for You.”
More winners will be announced during the 64th annual Grammys, which air tonight at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.